While American politics may not travel well overseas, its entertainment does exceedingly well.
Sony offers up three new broadcast dramas for fall and a cable midseason entry.
Companies and individuals with which Sony has first-look deals
Michael Lynton and Amy Pascal, who hold the title of Showmen of the Year
Wonder Woman and Fred Flintstone are getting hitched online via a new Warner Bros. Entertainment website set to launch next spring.
Two-time Oscar-winning actress Dianne Wiest has joined the cast of Fox midseason comedy "The Return of Jezebel James" in a recurring role.
Universal Pictures Intl. Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment have struck a distribution partnership in Russia.
ABC Entertainment and Warner Bros. TV Group have struck a deal on streaming rights for shows including "Pushing Daisies," the fall's most talked-about new drama.
A British indie feature is rewriting distribution rules by becoming the first to preem as a "covermount" DVD given away free with a newspaper.
Lionsgate has brought on Vadim Perelman to rewrite "Atlas Shrugged" and direct Angelina Jolie in the starring role.
Apple didn't invent the idea of a cool phone, as anyone who's ever owned a Blackberry, Treo or first-generation MotoRAZR can attest. But Steve Jobs' latest innovation iPhone goes far beyond cool, so…